The London Ear with Nessy // Show 171

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The London Ear with Nessy // Show 171

Hello hello hello! I’ve got an hour of freshest new music for you. See I’m down with da kidz. On The London Ear this week, I’ve got new music from The Eskies, Trick Mist and, I have to say, I adore Ham Sandiwich’s new one ‘Bodies’.

Also, I’m bad, today is my godson Cian’s birthday and I didn’t give him a shout out. Happy Birthday Cian!!

The London Ear with Nessy // Show 171 // November 18 2017

Here’s the playlist for today’s show:

1. The Eskies: I’m not sorry
2. Nocturnes: Humans
3. Heavy Soda: Elephant
4. Hayes & Y: Always so Simple, Always So Cold
5. Penrose: Better Man
6. Picturehouse: Somebody Somewhere
7. Ivan Nicholas: Moving On
8. Trick Mist: Fraction (Phare Remix)
9. Wyvern Lingo: Out of my Hands – Ringsend Road Sessions
10. Peco: Self Harm – A Beginner’s Guide
11. HamsandwicH: Bodies
12. Sinead Harnett: Unconditional
13. Conor Mason: Grounds to Fall
14. Childhood: Too Old for My Tears
15. Rews: Your Tears

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The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM // Show 167 with Sarah Hanly

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The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM Show 165 with Sarah Hanly

On this week’s episode of The London Ear, I speak to Sarah Hanly, an Irish actor based in London whose play ‘Purple Snowflakes and Titty Wanks’ is running as part of the Maiden Speech Feminist Festival in Theatre N16 in Balham.

My chat Sarah deals with some of the issues from ‘Purple Snowflakes and Titty Wanks’ including eating disorders and mental health issues.

If you need to talk, call these people

Sarah mentioned a couple of organisations during our chat that you can call and chat to if you feel you would like to speak to someone.

B-eat.co.uk is a UK based organisation that helps people beat eating disorders. You can find out more from their website or call them on 0808 801 0677 from the UK.

You can also get in touch with the Samaritans. Their number 116 123 is available to both UK and Ireland residents for free.

If you feel you need to speak to someone, please do call these numbers or chat to a friend. You’re not alone and we want you to be healthy and well.

Find Sarah Hanly online

Thank you so much to Sarah for sharing her story. You can find Sarah on Twitter or on Instagram.
You can find out more about Maiden Speech and TheatreN16 here and tickets for Sarah’s show are available here.

The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM // Show 166 October 7 2017 // Playlist

1. Ryan Vail: Shadows
2. Normanton Street: It’s Been a While
3. Warshaw Radio: Whispers
4. Arcade Fire: Creature Comfort
5. Tandem Felix: Were You There (When They Crucified the Birthday Boy)?
6. Honeymilk: Havslåten
7. you have to wonder: Littleisms
8. Interview with Sarah Hanly
10. Picturehouse: Somebody Somewhere
11. Felin: 21st Century

On next week’s show I speak to photographer Gregory Nolan about his exhibition This was our Scene.

Listen On Demand to The London Ear

Thanks for listening, The London Ear broadcast on DAB radio, Saorview and outside Ireland you can listen online.You can listen to the show again on the RTE player. The show is broadcast every Saturday at 1300.

Don’t forget to check out the RTE 2XM website. You can keep up with me here.

Check out The London Ear on Facebook and Twitter

Listen to the music on Spotify

You can keep up to date with all the music I play on The London Ear in one handy Spotify playlist. Every track I’ve played in 2017 and that is available on Spotify is in there. You can find it right here.

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The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM // Show 162

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The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM // Show 162

Seeing as I was back in Ireland last week and spent most of the week preparing for next week’s show, (it’s a biggie) I decided that this week’s episode of The London Ear would feature some of the great music around right now.

So hear ye go, here’s show 162 of The London Ear, oh yeah.. my guest on next week’s episode of The London Ear is Irish Ambassador to Great Britain, Dan Mulhall. Mr Mulhall is off to Washington in a few weeks to take up the post of Ambassador to the United States. I’m thrilled that he took the time out to chat.

But first…

The London Ear on RTÉ 2XM // Show 162 August 5 2017

1. Picturehouse: Sunburst
2. Paddy Casey: Turn this Ship Around
3. The Charlatans: Different Days
4. Ape Rising: The Model Prime
5. Cat Lundy: Triggerman
6. Lana Del Ray Feat: The Weeknd: Lust For Life
7. !!!: The One 2
8. Arcade Fire: Everything Now
9. Panda Cult: Blue Angel
10. Fejka: Twilight
11. Franco Fire: Green
12. Superfood: Unstoppable
13. Luiz Bruno: Yeah
14. Lisa Mafia: Wah Gwarn

Listen On Demand to The London Ear

Thanks for listening, The London Ear broadcast on DAB radio, Saorview and outside Ireland you can listen online.You can listen to the show again on the RTE player. The show is broadcast every Saturday at 1300.

Don’t forget to check out the RTE 2XM website. You can keep up with me here.

Check out The London Ear on Facebook and Twitter

Listen to the music on Spotify

You can keep up to date with all the music I play on The London Ear in one handy Spotify playlist. Every track I’ve played in 2017 and that is available on Spotify is in there. You can find it right here.

Culture Cafe on RTE 2XM Show 81: 06/02/2013

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A little later than usual, here’s the podcast and show notes for this week’s Culture Cafe. Thanks to my guests, Dave Browne from Picturehouse, Olive Barrett, curator of New Axis at the Talbot Gallery and to Elaine Doyle from The Riot Tapes. Here’s what happened:

1. DJ Flip & Freezemaster Slick: Crossroads
2. Swim Deep: The Sea
3. Delphic: Memeo
4. Chat with Dave Browne from Picturehouse
5. Picturehouse: Hello
6. Little Comets: Violence Out Tonight
7. Washington Irving: Holy Company
8. Chat with Olive Barrett curator of New Axis exhibition
9. Windings: Something Outnumbered
10. a dark horse: The Heart Won’t Lie
11. Chat with Elaine Doyle from The Riot Tapes
12. The Riot Tapes: The Key
13. Imagine Dragons: It’s Time.
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Thanks for listening, don’t forget you can listen to the full show again on the RTE Player. The show is broadcast every Wednesday at 1400 GMT and is repeated every Sunday at 2100 GMT. You can also subscribe to the Culture Cafe podcast on iTunes.

Culture Cafe on RTE 2XM: Show 77 Podcast

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Second week of 2013 and we’ve had a shed load of new music this week, Suede, David Bowie, Picturehouse plus lots more to look forward to for the rest of the year. Thanks to Entertainment.ie for giving the show a pair of tickets to this years award show, The Erics, you can enter the competition here.

Here’s what went on with the rest of the competition:

1. DJ Flip & Freezemaster Slick: Crossroads
2. Suede: Barriers
3. Tribes: Wrap Me Up In A Carpet
4. Chat with John Balfe, Music Editor of Entertainment.ie (Don’t forget to enter the competition for two tickets to this years Erics!!)
5. Heathers: Forget Me Knots
6. Swiss Lips: Got The Power
7. Everything Everything: Cough Cough
8. David Bowie: Where Are We Now?
9. Solomon Grey: Firechild
10. Picturehouse: Hello
11. Chat with Johno and Peter of The Radioactive Grandma (Part 1)
12. The Radioactive Grandma: Chasing My Tail
13. Chat with Johno and Peter of The Radioactive Grandma (Part 2)
14. The Radioactive Grandma: Another Wasted Line
15. The Radioactive Grandma: Don’t Look Down
16. Disclosure ft Sam Smith: Latch

Thanks for listening, don’t forget you can listen to the full show again on the RTE Player. The show is broadcast every Wednesday at 1400 GMT and is repeated every Sunday at 2100 GMT. You can also subscribe to the Culture Cafe podcast on iTunes.